Mormon Republicans who went for Trump were less religious and more anxious about immigration and racial diversity than those who supported McMullin.
Early data showed that a majority of U.S. Mormons did not plan to vote for Donald Trump. In the end, though, 61% of them did.
Guest blogger Robert A. Rees argues that Clinton shares core Mormon values in a way that Trump never has -- and from all appearances never will.
(RNS) As Mormons' coolness to Donald Trump turns to revulsion, who will get the Utah vote?
I still doubt that Utah will go for Hillary Clinton in the general election. But the fact that it’s even on the table as a point of discussion is a remarkable first in this election of remarkable firsts.